Kālabhairavāṣṭaka by Śankarācārya

Śiva as Bhairava, clad in an elephant skin and a tiger’s hide, with the goddess Pārvati seated beside him on a white elephant. He is pictured with his attributes of a drum, a corpse, a trident, a bowl, a stick and a deer in his six hands. Pahari School, Kangra Style; circa 1790–1800 Punjab Hills. British Museum

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